Jan 28

Nice to see actual thought in this

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Having the rotors up over the head 1 adds stability since cabin is hanging under, 2 keeps blades away from people, 3 for rough field operation you don't suck rocks into your blades.

I have a couple hundred hours in Sailplanes and 70 in power, it would be exciting, need a full faring on the front, I'm near Seattle and it sprinkles a lot, I don't know the weight of the floats over skids, cheap aluminum skids you can drag and trash later over cost of carbon floats. I don't know why std batteries are not used in electric cars, drive to a station and plug in a new set you're on your way, no charge or waiting. Great job, can't wait.

Thanks, Steve! We plan to only for in acceptable weather conditions, which may include mist / lights sprinkle. Exposed components are IP rated, but we're doing a lot more testing on this front.

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